Is your old wallet worn and dated? Is it time for something different that can take a beating? Or maybe you’re looking for a more eco-friendly wallet option that doesn’t require leather, but instead is made from recycled material to lessen the impact on the environment? It may be time to look at a PaperWallet – wallets, bags and clutches made from recycled Tyvek in a new innovative way.
While paper is in the name, PaperWallets are actually made of Tyvek – that material that legal documents are wrapped in when shipped and is part of the insulation of your home. It gives the wallet and bags a water resistance and a stronger material that wont tear or wear as easily as other materials. It is able to be cut by a blade but you wont accidentally tear it. The Tyvek material also makes these wallets super light and easy to carry with you anywhere and gives them a unique feeling.
Besides being eco-friendly and made of a material that is hard to destroy, PaperWallet makes their products with style. All of their products add fashion and fun to your purse or outfit. Every one of their products is made with the artwork of an artist on it. You can choose your favorite design and find one that matches your style.
From their Micro-Wallets that hold just the essentials of your money and up to 8 cards, and their clutches that offer a magnetic clasp and coin pouch as well has hidden pockets for your cash that don’t require you to fold them.
With their styles and colors, they’re going to quickly become your favorite new wallet and bag options. The bright colors pull you in, and the designs will fit any style. But the fact they not only have RFID technology built in and their recycled content, and ability to be recycled after use makes them the perfect option for your next wallet.
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